Training: UX Design
Does your team keep asking for better User Stories? Does your team spend a lot of time discussing about how new features should work? Are people disappointed when your team makes something that is quite different than they expected? You might need some user experience design (UX) capacity in your team. Question is, what does a designer do? Should you hire a visual designer, an interaction designer or service designer? What about taking on some design work yourself?
When you work in a team that builds a digital product or service, this course is for you. In one day, you’ll grasp the methods your team can use at the various stages of development. In a stage where barely anything is known, you should use different methods than in a stage where the product needs its last polish. You’ll lean the various ways to determine what to build together with the team, how to design a concept with a group of people and how to make mock-ups or prototypes. You’ll learn some best practices that improve the value of digital products. Finally, you’ll learn more about usability testing and other ways to validate a product idea or prototype.
Design is a craft that combines more disciplines than you can master in your lifetime. An important goal is for you to be sensitized to the value of design, so you can either start developing your own design skills or find the right talent for your team.
People making the switch to design. This course is intended for people who work with designers or want to take on some design work on their own, like product owners, developers or content writers.